Acknowledgements

The author acknowledges the help of the following persons. Dr. Stephen Dean

Fusion Power Associates, Gaithersburg, Maryland For data covering fusion energy.

Dr. Robert Douglas

Private Consultant in Systems Analysis

For encouraging me to develop a patchy concept into a full analysis. Mr. Peter Hoffman,

The Hydrogen News Letter, Rhinecliff, New Jersey For data and encouragement.

Ms. Renate Kulik BMW of North America

For Pictures of the BMW 750hL Liquid Hydrogen Powered Automobile. Mr. Jay Laskin

Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc., Timonium, Maryland

For pictures of Teledyne Energy Systems, Inc. electrolysis equipment.

Mr. Frank Lynch

Hydrogen Components Company, Denver, Colorado

For pictures of hydrogen powered automobiles, refueling equipment and a hydrogen fuel cell buss and other information on the use of hydrogen as a fuel.

Ms. Loren Mondin

Ballard Power Systems, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada For pictures and data covering their fuel cells.

Ms. Sandra Nicholls The Ford Motor Company

For pictures of the Ford Hydrogen Fuel Cell automobile.

Dr. Frances Oblander

Mount Union College, Alliance, Ohio

For reading the draft and making useful suggestions and corrections. Dr. David Pape

Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago. For maps of Eastern North America showing the advancing sea levels.

Mr. Alexander Stuart & Ms. Kerry Kelly Stuart Energy Systems, Toronto Canada For pictures of electrolyzer equipment.

The author prepared all tables and un-attributed pictures

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